Donegal League introduce interactive awards

Donegal League introduce interactive awards
The Donegal Junior League have introduced a Player of the Month Award the public can vote on.

The Donegal Junior League have introduced a Player of the Month Award the public can vote on.

In association with the league’s main sponsor Brian McCormick Sports ,a shortlist will be drafted at the end of every month during the league season.

An app has been designed through our main sponsor and will be available to download from their website - www.bmcsports.ie

Players of the Month have still to be selected for the months of April and May 2013.

These two awards will provide the public with an opportunity to experience and vote prior to the commencement of the new season in late August.

This is another step forward for The Donegal Junior League who continue to promote Association Football in the county.

“We hope that the new venture will be embraced by everyone who attends matches and would like to have their vote recorded for their favourite player,” read a league statement.

The May nominees are: Timmy Burke (Kilmacrennan Celtic), Liam Reynolds and Mark Dorrian (Erne Wanderers), Aaron Thompson, Darragh Gallagher and Eugene Molloy (Fintown Harps), Lee White and Mark Neeson (Lifford Celtic), Daniel Breslin (St Catherine’s), Michéal McKelvey (Gweedore Celtic), Philip Buchanan (Cranford United), Caolan McGettigan (Milford United), Ryan McFadden, Barry McGinley, Michael Barry and Donal Coll (Glenea United), Paddy Sheridan, Eamonn Sheridan, Patrick Sheridan and Darragh Patton (Rathmullan Celtic).

The April nominees are: Shane Gallagher and Christopher Roulstone (Deele Harps), Paddy Rafferty (Glencar Celtic), Ryan Carlin and Michael O’Brien (Curragh Athletic), Ryan McFadden, Michael Barry and Sean McBride (Glenea United), Dermot Gallier and Patrick White (Dunkineely Celtic), Eunan Doherty and Brendan McLaughlin (Cappry Rovers), JP Malley and Damien Patton (Lifford Celtic), Peter Doherty (Milford United), Seamie Friel (Kerrykeel), Eamon Sheridan (Rathmullan Celtic), Kevin Kelly (Lagan Harps), Timmy Burke (Kilmacrennan Celtic), Ciaran McFadden (Gweedore United).